The next time you find something you want to save, an easy way to do it is to email it to your Evernote account. This could be a website, a picture, an article, an actual email that you forward– really, anything you’d like to save.
Each Evernote account has a unique Evernote email address that allows you to email notes directly to Evernote. (Note: This is different than the email address used to create the account). The address follows this pattern:
Your unique email address can be found by clicking on “Tools” and “Account Info” or by clicking “Settings –> General –> Evernote Email Address” on your mobile device.
3 Email Tips:
1. Save your Evernote email address as a contact in your address book. You’ll thank me later!
2. Email to a specific notebook. Emailed notes will go to your default notebook. However, you can email directly to a specific Evernote notebook by adding @+notebook name in the subject line (i.e. @School Ideas or @Personal).
3. Add tags to emails by using # in the subject line (i.e #PD or #Receipts).
Example: Suppose you register for a conference and receive an email confirmation. It would be a great idea to save that to Evernote for quick reference, so you’ll want to email your “Registration Confirmation” to your “Professional Development” notebook and add a “2013-2014 PD” tag to it. Your email subject line may look like this:
Registration Confirmation @Professional Development #2013-2014 PD